Wedding and Spa Open Day

Sunday 25th March 2018 - This event has finished

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Time: 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Email: reservations(at)beechhillhotel.co.uk
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Venue: Beech Hill Hotel
Address: Newby Bridge Road
Town: Windermere
County: Cumbria
Postcode: LA23 3LR
Venue Telephone: 0844 50 27587
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beech_hill_hotel10a.jpgThe Beech Hill Hotel Wedding & Spa Open Day is designed to give you a real taste of the hotel and spa. Enjoy complimentary tea, coffee and mini treats prepared by their award-winning kitchen team, whilst you take a look at the newly refurbished restaurant, lounge and bar.

Burlington’s restaurant will be fully dressed for a wedding celebration meal, with crisp linen, bright cutlery, gleaming glassware and table decorations. You will also be able to view the Bridal Suite and feature bedrooms, wander the grounds and chat to the hotel's experienced wedding co-ordinators who can advise on every aspect of your special day. A few specially selected suppliers will also be available for enquiries.

You will have access to view the Beech Hill Hotel's Lakeview Spa which includes, spa treatment rooms, Himalayan Sauna, Steam Room, indoor pool and the fantastic Spa pool in their Lakeview scented garden.

Enjoy one of the following taster treatments.

  • Complimentary Skin Analysis followed by a Mini Facial
  • Complimentary OPI & Go (file & polish)
  • Receive a Gift Bag containing Free Elemis Samples and Spa Brochure
  • Buy any Products and receive 20% off and be entered into a prize draw to win a Relax package for two!

So whether you are planning a wedding and want to be pampered before the big day, or simply want a Lakes Escape with added relaxation then the Beech Hill Hotel & Lakeview Spa will be the place to be.

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This stunning wedding picture was taken on one of the Beech Hill Hotel's jetties

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